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MTA Foods (UK) Ltd recalls frozen meat free mince because the products may contain blue plastic pieces

MTA Foods (UK) Ltd is recalling several batches of its frozen meat free mince products because they may contain pieces of blue plastic. The affected products were sold at Lidl, Waitrose and Ocado.

Product: What’s Cooking? Frozen Meat Free Mince Pack size: 454g 'Best before' dates: All dates 

Product: Meet The Alternative Beef Style Mince Pack size: 500g ​'Best before' dates: January 2018, February 2018, April 2018

 No other MTA Foods (UK) Ltd products are known to be affected

Source: FSA

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